Microsoft Wants To Help You Talk To Plants

Microsoft Wants To Help You Talk To Plants

Translate your messages into plant speak, and the plants respond back

Laura Yan
  • 6 june 2016

Microsoft Research’s Studio 99 artist-in-residence Helena Steiner has created a project that would allow humans to talk to plants, and for plants to talk back. When you type on a computer connected to a sensor-loaded plant, Project Florence translates your words into plant speak, then translates the plant’s response back to English, spit out like a fortune from the terminal.

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